Antipersonnel Weapon M18A1 (Claymore)
All soldiers must be able to effectively employ the Claymore against the enemy and safely among friendly troops. This requires high level knowledge of the weapon, its characteristics and each component’s operation. The Claymore is employed during both offensive and defensive operations.
Fragmentation - 700 steel balls
Weight - 1.5 kilograms
Length - 21.5 centimetres
Explosive - 700 grams
Effective - 100m
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